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By Peter Naulls. Published: 23rd May 2003, 19:16:43 | Permalink | Printable

Brand new ex-Pace items on eBay

We've just noticed a variety of ex-Pace items have appeared on eBay. These items were aquired by a soon-to-be ex-Pace employee in a staff sale following redundancies at the Cambridge office earlier in the year.

The items include a brand new, new-been-used-before-honest J233 system (the last RiscPC bundle Acorn produced), EtherH NICs and the PRM 5a - an item CJE actually admits to not having in stock due to is rarity.

We were actually privy to some of the prices these were bought for, but we won't depress you with those, because they're still bound to end up as great bargains. Get bidding.


eBay ex-Pace items

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I think the people using @'s in ebay titles must be shot on sight! Whose idea was to use that anyway?

 is a RISC OS Userskock on 23/5/03 7:55PM
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I don't know who's idea it was, but I expect it goes back a l-o-n-g way. Think about it, @ looks like an eye. Get it? l@@k, they're looking? Oh hang, I'm talking to myself! ----------- Smiler - :D Alex Melhuish

 is a RISC OS UserSmiler on 23/5/03 8:19PM
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go to loot.com - search for acorn - check it out - a number plate A6ORN !!!

 is a RISC OS Usermiddot on 23/5/03 8:49PM
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middot: Is the 6 supposed to look like an Acorn now? Ag please!

 is a RISC OS Userskock on 23/5/03 11:22PM
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